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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

May/June 2020

Volume 7, Issue 3

May/June 2020

Confronting rebellious resistance is difficult; however, attempting to deal with it by arguing with or pressuring the resisters invites failure. The key to success is to facilitate a discussion about the benefits of making a change.

May/June 2020

Advocacy work is one way physician leaders are amplifying their passion for helping others — and reaping personal benefits as well.

May/June 2020

Healthcare is a complex interplay of structures and processes organized in a manner that optimizes resources and outcomes. Physicians leaders must understand how to work within this structure and to ensure they are meeting the needs of their patients...

May/June 2020

Although creating and maintaining healthy organizational cultures in times of adversity is challenging, it is critical in order that people can develop the persistence and resilience necessary to provide the best care possible. Physician leaders are ...

May/June 2020

The data and analytics psychologists provide to healthcare organizations allow for smarter decisions, fewer costly mistakes, and better outcomes.

May/June 2020

The right technology tools can help physicians more effectively manage their time, improve the bottom line, and focus on what matters most: patients.

May/June 2020

Patients are able to receive medical care from multiple sources and providers. What do they prefer?

May/June 2020

Physicians’ expertise is valuable in a variety of organizations outside the healthcare setting — wherever the goal is better health.

May/June 2020

This article summarizes the proposed new Stark Law exceptions and its potential implications for physicians.

May/June 2020

Assuming a CEO candidate is a good organizational fit, demonstrating proficiency in two general skills will be a major determinant in getting the job offer.

May/June 2020

Improving physicians’ mental health will require a fundamental overhaul of the healthcare system.

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The American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) changed its name from the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) in 2014. We may have changed our name, but we are the same organization that has been serving physician leaders since 1975.

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